Mudjacking

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Mudjacking is a cost effective alternative to replacing concrete slabs such as driveways, sidewalks, patios and steps.   A mixture of spent lime and Portland cement is pumped underneath the concrete to hydraulically jack the slab into a level condition. Residential applications only.

The Process

Step 1

Material is started mixing while a series of 2" holes are drilled for the mudjacking process.

Step 2

Our mud/cement mixture is systematically pumped into each hole to fill voids and raise the slab back into a level condition.

Step 3

Mudjacking holes are patched with grout and the work area is washed clean.

Step 4

Full cure time is 2-3 days, but traffic ready after 6-8 hours.